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    • Eugene : Aquatic and riparian habitat assessment for the Eugene-Springfield area 

      Eugene (Or.); Springfield (Or.); Water Work Consulting; Upstream Connection; Lane County (Or.); Lane Council of Governments (Or.); Metropolitan Wastewater Management Commission (Eugene, Or.); Springfield Utility Board; Eugene Water & Electric Board; Willamalane Park and Recreation District (Eugene (Or.), 2002-09-19)
      The purposes of this assessment are to: inform local government staff, elected officials and interested citizens about the current condition of key aquatic and riparian indicators relative to historic conditions; assist ...
    • Eugene : Eugene Springfield 2000 transportation plan (1977) 

      Lane Council of Governments (Or.); Springfield (Or.); Eugene (Or.) (Lane Council of Governments (Or.), 1977-11)
      This report is the Eugene-Springfield Area 2000 Transportation Plan, prepared by the Lane Council of Governments Transportation Planning Committee and recommended by that body for official adoption. Public review and ...
    • Eugene : Eugene Springfield area 2000 transportation plan (1978) 

      Lane County (Or.); Lane Council of Governments (Or.); Springfield (Or.); Eugene (Or.) (Lane Council of Governments (Or.), 1978-12)
      This report is the Eugene-Springfield Area 2000 Transportation Plan, prepared by the Lane Council of Governments Transportation Planning Committee and adopted by Eugene, Springfield, Lane County and the Lane Council of ...
    • Eugene : Eugene-Springfield metropolitan area general plan (1982) 

      Lane Council of Governments (Or.); Lane County (Or.); Springfield (Or.); Eugene (Or.) (Lane Council of Governments, 1982-11)
      This Plan establishes the broad policy direction for land use in Oregon's second largest metropolitan area. The Plan balances our need to accommodate new population and employment by identifying land for future ...
    • Eugene : Eugene-Springfield transportation alternatives 

      Lane Council of Governments (Or.); Springfield (Or.); Eugene (Or.) (Lane Council of Governments (Or.), 1975-09)
      This report presents and discusses the six general transportation alternatives but does not attempt to select one of them for further development at this time as an actual master plan. Instead it is intended that ...
    • Eugene : Eugene/Springfield metro area general plan : 1987 update 

      Springfield (Or.); Eugene (Or.); Lane Council of Governments (Or.); Lane County (Or.) (Lane Council of Governments (Or.), 2000-04-01)
      The Eugene-Springfield Metropolitan Area General Plan is the official long-range general plan (public policy document) of metropolitan Lane County and the cities of Eugene and Springfield. Its policies and land use ...
    • Eugene : I-5/Beltline interchange project 

      Eugene (Or.); Springfield (Or.); Oregon. Dept. of Transportation; CH2M Hill, inc. (Oregon Dept. of Transportation, 2005-07)
      ODOT and local governmental agencies are encouraged by Oregon Highway Plan (OHP) policy and administrative rule (OAR 660-012,731-015,734-051) to collaboratively address land use and transportation issues, especially in ...
    • Eugene: Eugene-Springfield metropolitan area general plan (1976) 

      Eugene (Or.); Lane Council of Governments (Or.); Springfield (Or.) (Lane Council of Governments, 1976-04)
      [T]he General Plan, which is long-range, comprehensive and focused on physical development, provides a flexible guide for specific developmental decision making. It does not, in itself, set down the decisions. [From the Plan]
    • Springfield : Development code 

      Springfield (Or.) (City of Springfield (Or.), 2002-10-10)
      Development codes are ordinances implementing a local government’s comprehensive plan. They include two components: a zoning ordinance and a subdivision ordinance, which may be adopted and published as separate documents ...
    • Springfield : Development code (2007) 

      Springfield (Or.); Springfield (Or.). Development Services Dept. (City of Springfield (Or.), 2007-09-18)
      Development codes are ordinances implementing a local government’s comprehensive plan. They include two components: a zoning ordinance and a subdivision ordinance, which may be adopted and published as separate documents ...
    • Springfield : Dorris Ranch facility development plan (1986) 

      Springfield (Or.); Willamalane Park and Recreation District (City of Springfield (Or.), 1986-09)
      The goal of the Dorris Ranch Facility Development Plan is to ensure that in coming years the Ranch continues to be a meaningful source of appreciation for this area's past and an inspiration for its future. [From the plan]
    • Springfield : Dorris Ranch land use plan 

      Hamm, Michael; Springfield (Or.); Willamalane Park and Recreation District; Lacoss, Robert; Sweet, Randy; Bernat, Bettman & Lawrence (City of Springfield (Or.), 1979-11)
      In May of 1979, consultants were retained by Willamalane Park and Recreation District to conduct this inventory, analysis and land use plan for Dorris Ranch. [From the Plan]
    • Springfield : Dorris Ranch management plan 

      Willamalane Park and Recreation District; Springfield (Or.) (City of Springfield (Or.), 2005)
      [C]onflicts between managing the park for agricultural (filbert crop) income, recreation, historical preservation, wildlife habitat, and open space need to be addressed. To assist with minimizing these conflicts in the ...
    • Springfield : Downtown plan (charrette) 

      Springfield (Or.); AIA Southwestern Oregon (City of Springfield (Or.), 2006-04-08)
      Among the expected products from the charrette were short-term and long term recommendations for Downtown revitalization that reflected the realities of the economy and social fabric of Downtown Springfield. These ...
    • Springfield : Downtown refinement plan 

      Springfield (Or.); Springfield (Or.). Planning and Development Dept. (City of Springfield (Or.), 2005)
      The Springfield Downtown Refinement Plan has been developed to provide goals and policies through which Downtown Springfield may become a more vital and attractive place to shop, conduct business, and recreate. Although ...
    • Springfield : Downtown urban renewal plan 

      Springfield (Or.). Economic Development Agency; Springfield (Or.); Spencer & Kupper (City of Springfield (Or.), 2007-09-15)
      The primary goal of this Downtown Urban Renewal Plan is to assist in the revitalization of business and elimination of blight in the downtown area. Urban renewal is ideal for the encouragement of the type of high quality, ...
    • Springfield : Glenwood refinement plan 

      Springfield (Or.); Springfield (Or.). Development Services Dept.; Eugene (Or.). Planning and Development Dept.; Eugene (Or.). Public Works Dept.; Eugene (Or.). Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services; Eugene (Or.). Dept. of Public Safety (City of Springfield (Or.), 1999-11)
      The Glenwood Refinement Plan is intended to provide background information and policy direction for public and private decisions affecting the growth and development of the Glenwood area. The refinement plan will guide ...
    • Springfield : Glenwood riverfront development market feasibility analysis 

      Springfield (Or.); Leland Consulting Group (City of Springfield (Or.), 2007-06-25)
      The Glenwood Riverfront Development is envisioned to revitalize the Glenwood district with an urban mix of uses along the Willamette River. Fulfilling a long-standing community desire for revitalization, the mix of urban ...
    • Springfield : Housing needs analysis 

      Springfield (Or.) (City of Springfield (Or.), 2008-02-28)
      Goals: share results of on-line questionnaire; discuss land use efficiency measures; form consensus for a recommendation to the PC; which measures to evaluate; specific issues identified with measures. [From the document]
    • Springfield : Land use efficiency measures : Springfield's residential lands study 

      Springfield (Or.) (City of Springfield (Or.), 2008-01)
      This memorandum presents a menu of land use efficiency measures that may allow Springfield to increase residential density within the city's existing Urban Growth Boundary. It also discusses of the importance of these ...